Your Local Bird Supply Store
Birders Bird Supply and Gift Store is the leading retailer of Canadian-made bird products. We specialize in high-quality bird feeders, bird seed, and other bird-related products. Our knowledgeable staff are avid bird watchers who are dedicated to helping you find the perfect product for your needs. We are passionate about helping people connect with nature through the beauty of birds, and we know that you will love our products as much as we do. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced birder, we have something for everyone!
Canadian Made Feeding Logs
Manufactured by The Wild Bird Trading Co. in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. These bird feeding logs made from high-quality ingredients, are a great way to add some variety to your birds' diet!
The Birder's Perch Fun Facts
The Peregrine Falcon.
When hunting, it can dive to a maximum speed of 389 km.h (242 mph).
There are around 10,000 known species of birds.
Yes! Pidgeons can recognize human faces, use touch screens and even learn how to read.
The best thing to do is to leave the bird where it is. However, we do recommend to monitor it at a distance as most "abandoned" baby birds are perfectly healthy fledglings with parents that will attend to them as soon as they beleive it's safe.
There are many great places for birdwatching in London Canada including, Gibbons Park, Kilally Meadows, Springbank Park & Fanshawe Conservation Area. Let us know your favourite place for bird watching on our social.
Check out birdfriendlylondon.ca for tips on birding for beginners, kids/families and more!
Although there are so many different types of feeders, the little guide will help you decide what is best for you and your feathery friends.Read more
With so many different options, it is nearly impossible to narrow down what bird feed is best for your backyard birds. It can be overwhelming and tedious to try to research what seed option is going to be a hit in your feeders. We've put together a guide that will hopefully help you narrow down your options, and give you some insight on what to lookout for when buying your feathered friends a snack.Read more